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Prisoners and Dogs, WiFi in Parks, Raising the Legal Drinking Age

The head of Correctional Services in Nova Scotia defends a program that pairs inmates with dogs. Parks Canada is brining WiFi to national parks. On the phone-in, should we raise the legal drinking age to 21? A mother in PEI mourning her son says youth need better facilities on the Island. Plus, some of your feedback.

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